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Russia national under-19 speedway team


Russia national under-19 speedway team

Association Motorcycle Federation of Russia
FIM code MFR
European Championships
Team U-19
Individual U-19 1
 Best result 3rd place (2008)

The Russia national under-19 speedway team is the national under-19 speedway team of Russia and is controlled by the Motorcycle Federation of Russia. The team has never qualify to the Team Speedway Junior European Championship final.. In the Individual competition was won one bronze medal: Artem Vodyakov (2008).


Team Speedway Junior European Championship
Year Venue Place Pts. Riders
2008 2nd placed in the Semi-Final Two
Artem Laguta (15), Artem Vodyakov (8), Oleg Beschastnov (8)
2009 withdrew and was replaced by Finland
Individual Speedway Junior European Championship
Year Venue Medal(s) Riders
1998 Krško
1999 Gniezno
2000 Ljubljana Renat Gafurov (8th)
2001 Pardubice Renat Gafurov (16th), Denis Gizatullin (track reserve)
2002 Daugavpils Denis Gizatullin (7th)
2003 Pocking Maxim Kalimullin (14th)
2004 Rybnik
2005 Mšeno Emil Sayfutdinov disqualified
2006 Goričan
2007 Częstochowa Artem Laguta (7th)
2008 Stralsund 3rd Artem Vodyakov (3rd), Denis Nosov (15th)
2009 Tarnów Artem Laguta (4th)
2010 Goričan

See also

External links

  • (ru) Motorcycle Federation of Russia webside
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